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NoJawRabbit
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NoJawRabbit

from East Coast, United States

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  • About

    Location:
    East Coast, United States
    Current Setup:
    -1984-1986 Guild Pilot, which at some point was white but is now cream-colored
    -Fender Pro Series Bass Amp, I don't remember which off the top of my head (I don't see it when I'm at school) but it's a "biggun"
    -DigiTech BP50 processor
    -Dean Cutaway Acoustic
    -Some cheap black Ibanez that I use for my superdeep tunings. I'm going to stick band-aids on it. Band-aids with little ambulances on them.
    -A really, really old, weird, semi-functional Spectra amp c.1980 with a Peavey Scorpion speaker
    -A really old, finnicky Peavey amp. It's heavy as all Hell and it smells like mildew.
    Favorite Genres:
    nu-metal, indie, pop, punk, pop-punk, grunge, 50s, 60s, some disco, some metal, techno and dubstep [aside from ones I actually play]
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    One little indie band, sometimes. Freaking hipsters
    Previously Owned Gear:
    I had a Fender J-Bass. It was pretty neat-o.
    G.A.S. List:
    -Warwick Corvette $$
    -Guild Jet-Star from the late 1960s, Hagstrom pick-up preferred but Mickey Mouse would be fine too
    Influences and Teachers:
    Reina from Coal Chamber
    Whoever's playing the rest of the music. :)
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Literature, photography, art, psychology

    Signature

    http:// www. flickr.com/ photos/63050471@N07/6443939653/ ----The Guild Pilot, this thing is like...my child, practically.

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